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Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

The city and county are working together to get water and sewer lines to mega resort and marina Island Gardens, under construction on city-owned Watson Island. Last week, without fanfare or a word of discussion, Miami commissioners…

Binational Chamber Starts International Business Series

The Association of Bi-National Chambers of Commerce in South Florida this week launches a series of 12 cable TV shows on international business.…

Downtown Merchants Add Night Hours For Yule

Hoping to capitalize on newly spruced up storefronts amid light poles decorated for the holidays, downtown Miami merchants will kick off their extended hours holiday retail campaign tonight (12/7).…

Search For New Aviation Boss Narrowed To Six Candidates

Metro-Dade's Aviation Department is nearing a new era as county officials look at finalists for the director's position.…

Codina To Market Two More Telecom Ecomplexes

The Codina Group Inc., which plans to expand the Miami Free Zone building in West Miami-Dade and turn it into a park for telecommunications companies, has just been hired to…

Ups Hub To Create Up To 150 Jobs During First Year

United Parcel Service's $30 million Americas International Hub Facility near Miami International Airport will create 100-150 new jobs within a year, said Robert Elizondo, senior vice president of the firm's…

Revisions Set Parrot In Motion

Parrot Jungle's six-year-old plan to move to Watson Island is moving forward with Miami's approval of project revisions completing the permit process and allowing construction of the $46 million theme…

73yearold Historic Washington To Be Expanded To Full High School

A $12 million expansion to Booker T. Washington, one of Miami's oldest public schools, will return it to its original status as a high school in time for its 75th…

Gold Medal Awards Seeking Firms Leaders Who Make Community Shine

Miami Today is accepting entries in the second annual Gold Medal Awards competition, which recognizes companies, institutions and individuals that are at the forefronts of their fields in South Florida.…

South Florida Nonprofit Groups Aiming For 22 Billion Total

The lion's share of the fundraising is going on in Miami-Dade County, where 76 separate campaigns anticipated or under way total $1.4 billion — about $640 per capita. By comparison,…

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